Continuing in that obscure mood we started with this cup of releases, this Alloy definitely melts up in a mechanical environment emptiness and fullness at the same time.
Big and blared kicks accompanied by distant piano loops together with full surrounding thunders leave space to more ethereal and airy pads; a broken, deep trip-hop piece is the result.
The artist seems to care about his well-known capability of mastering different music styles, and with this release Darkhalo builds a cathedral to abstractness.
May 25, 2005 Subject:
Absolutely stunning work. This track is magnificent!
January 11, 2004 Subject:
Sounds so good.
This track is definately in my list of favorites. Every sound is meant to come together and form this song. The melodies wash over you like a 1000 pound wave as the beat demolishes all sense of your feet being connected to the ground. A quality listen, time and time again.
January 5, 2004 Subject:
what else to say guys? darkhalo has been owning the whole tracking scene when he was releasing great layered xm tracks.... those who never heard his tracks should definitly get this one.
trippy as well and definitly scapy vibes in it, the whole mixing enhanced by a damn impressive production.
the most painful about darkhalo is that he's also a god damn drawer. if you get to his webpage, simply pay attention to his varius gfx, it's simply beautiful.
December 7, 2003 Subject:
superstylish ambient triphop
Coming off like a slightly more chilled version of BT, Los Angeles' Darkhalo has been releasing quality electronic tracks for years now, and this laidback semi-ambient piece is no exception - really beautiful stuff.